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The Lost Patrol

The Lost Patrol return with another intriguing record of backward looking yet forward appealing music. Opener "Spinning" sees singer Mollie Israel at her most inspired and the band playing a driven song.

"See You in Hell" is a sultry Cramps-like song that shows off the band's darker side in a good light. "Tell Me" is a cinematic number that allows Stephen Masucci and Michael Williams to demonstrate their considerable talents. It's harking back to the sixties while remaning modern. "In Too Deep" is a dreamy girl-group opus with a sensitive lead vocal and a tune to die for. Lost Patrol albums are always good, and this one might be their best yet.

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